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ST. MARY'S JUNIOR COLLEGE 
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The present moment alone 
is ours. Today is a dav 
which we never had before, 
which we shall never have 
again. 

LEAVES OF GOLD 






Remember . . . the value 
of time . . . the success of 
perseverance . . . the 
dignity of simplicity . . . 
the worth of character . . . 
the obligation of duty . . . 
the improvement of talent 
. . . the joy of originating 

LEAVES OF GOLD 





Activities ... 17 





Today is just another day ■ ■ ■ and then 
again it seems . . . it holds the opportuni- 
ty .. . to carry out my schemes . . . it is 
the time I have right now . . . to do with 
as I will . . . and there are hopes that I 
may be . . . enabled to fulfill . . . the 
hours are no longer than . . . the ones of 
yesterday . . . and they will be no shorter 
as ... I go along the way . . . 

James J. Metcalfe 




Academics 



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Success is measured not by wealth . . . 
or everlasting fame . . . or by the winning 
score we make . . . in any single game 
. . . it is not gathered up at will . . . or 
fashioned overnight . . . and it can never 
be retained . . . without a constant fight 
. . . success is slowly harvested . . . by 
energy and toil . . . and it can only come 
to life . . . if there is fertile soil . . . 

James J. Metcalfe 







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Organizations . . . 55 





Among the proudest moments of. . . our 
life from day to day . . . is when we start 
our college work . . . at home or far away 
. . . we study law or medicine . . . philos- 
ophy or art . . . and usually athletics play 
. . . a most important part . . . fraterni- 
ties, sororities . . . and clubs of every kind 
. . . contribute happy hours while . . . we 
educate our mind . . . 



James J. Metcalfe 





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Personalities 



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My files are filled with names of friends 
. . . Whom I have come to know . . . 
A long the many winding paths . . . Where 
I have chanced to go . . . Especially the 
genial ones . . . Who help me on my way 
. . . With true encouragement and with 
. . . The kindly things they say . . . 
Whose smiles of golden sunshine are . . . 
The answer to my tears . . . 

James J. Metcalfe 





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ROBERT LEE GREEN CONNELLY 

July 24, 1932-October 14, 1967 

A spirit of loyalty to St. Mary's and her students since J 960, 

A mixture of manliness and boyishness, 

A culmination of high ideals and compassion, 

A devotee of eight stage productions at St. Mary's, 

A symbol of love and understanding; 

An aura of appreciation for each day of his life, 

A nimbus of admiration as advisor for the Class of 1968, 

A majesty of excellence in his understandings— small or large, 

A smile of sincerity for all those whom he encountered; 

A tragedy of Mr. Antrobus' role being played by another, 

A reminder of the never-ceasing dependability which he 

inspired, 
A remembrance of the ephemeral, snuff ed-out candle in the 

chapel on that solemn October afternoon, 
A memory of a friend who will live forever in our hearts . . . 



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Orientation 



New people . . . name tags . . . 
new ideas . . . placement tests . . . 
new activities . . . Big Sister . . . 
talent show . . . sing-a-long . . . 
student-faculty tea . . . swimming 
tests . . . confusion . . . first hall 
meeting . . . a beginning . . . 





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Plays 





St. Mary's proved its theatrical worth once 
again with the excellent production "The Skin of 
Our Teeth", a universal story capturing the strug- 
gles and hardships of life. The Commencement 
Plav, "The Imaginary Invalid", a humorous sat- 
ire on the medical profession, was also a great 
success closing the curtains for another year on 
the St. Mary's stage. 

St. Mary's concert series this year has present- 
ed a variety of interesting programs. Agnes 
deMille, choreographer, director, and member of 
one of the nation 's most famous dramatic fami- 
lies, spoke to us on the "Cultural Explosion" that 



this country has been experiencing the last twenty 
years. On the subject of "British Influence on In- 
dia During the Nineteenth Century", our speaker 
was Dr. Robert I. Crane, a well-known scholar 
and diplomat, presently at Duke University, Dur- 
ham. Then St. Mary's had the pleasure of being 
entertained by the University Players of the Na- 
tional Players Touring Company who presented 
the Chinese play "The Lute Song". Godfrey 
Sperling of the Christian Science Monitor con- 
cluded the series with a lecture on "The 1968 
Presidential Candidates". 



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Concerts 

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Lectures 



The week before Christmas 




The spirit . . . Circle-Beacon 
party . . . alwavs singing . . . 
peanut presents . . . shells . . . 
Glee Club concert . . . fraternity 
serenades . . . door decorations 
. . . Cold Cuts at orphanage . . . 
hall parties . . . Santa Tate . . . 
children Senior caroling . . . 
trees . . . 'twas the night before 
■ • . home . . . 



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NANCY HUTTON KENT 

MAY QUEEN 



May Court 



DEBRA RAE GROVE 

MAID OF HONOR 




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SUSAN TAYLOR DAVIS MIRIAM WILSON MANNING 

Senior Freshman 



MARTHA MILLER VAUGHAN SUSAN COX BRASWELL 

Senior Junior 



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MARY HOLDEN HARRELL CLARE BAGLEY WADDILE 

Senior Senior 



May Court 




MARY PRIDE CLARK FRANCES BRADLEY MATTHEWS 

Junior Junior 



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JENNIE BROWN ANDREWS NANCY ANNE RICHARDSON 

Senior Sophomore 



DOLLY LEE SMITH 

Sophomore 



MARGARET TOCCOA CRAY 

Junior 



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The Carousel 









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Among men's dreams none is 
more beckoning than the second 
chance. Just to say those words 
which ought to have been said. Just 
to take back those words we wish we 
had not said. Just for a last look or 
touch. Just to lessen the horror of 
death 's finality. 





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CHARACTERS 

Billv Derin Uyanik 

Adele A dele Wat kins 

Ashley Ashley Ettinger 

Angel Marianna Dickey 

Lenora Lenora Kendrick 

Daughter Nancy Nancy Mathews 

Aunt Debbie Horton 

Sailor's Girl Friend Laura Hollowav 

Jigger Barbara May 

Mr. Snow Loula Bett Pittman 

Beach Mary Page Thurmond 



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Competition . . . victory and defeat 
. . . spirit . . . individual partici- 
pation . . . team unity . . . coordi- 
nation . . . agility . . . effort . . . 
Sigmas or Mus? . . . practicing . . . 
trying out . . . cheerleaders . . . cov- 
eted plaque . . . 








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Graduation 



Today . . . softly as we leave vou 
. . . step-singing . . . the handker- 
chief . . . personal remembrances 
. . . friendships . . . traditions pre- 
served . . . smiles . . . tears . . . 
good-bye . . . 










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Many answers 

to education's 

challenges 

are found in 

our new library. 





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Art department 



motivates 



design. 





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Imagination finds 



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in dramatics department. 





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Practice perfects 
musical talent. 






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Physical education 
department offers wide 
variety of activities. 






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Labs 

characterize 
science 
department. 








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Outside reading 

and individual 

interpretation 

are stressed 

by English faculty. 








Language lab is new 
to the department. 





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Mathematics 

department 

builds the 

foundation 

for a 

modern tomorrow. 







Man's 

religious heritage 

is emphasized 

by our 

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ORGANIZATIONS 






The unifying factor at 

St. Mary's is the 
Student Government 




MARY HOLDEN HARRELL, President. MOLLY RICHARDSON, Secretary. 



CAROLYN' BERTIE, Chairman of Hall Council. 




Association, which plays 

an important part in 
all aspects of our lives. 




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JULIET SMITH, Vice President. DERIN UYANIK, Day Student's President. 



The Student Government Association at St. Man's helps each girl to 
develop high ideals of citizenship. High ethical standards and firm moral 
integrity in all aspects of student life are obtained through confidence and 
belief in the principles of the Honor Code. The officers of the Student 
Government Association, the President, the Vice President, the Secretary, 
serve as a link between the faculty and the student body and between the 
faculty and the administration. Under the jurisdiction of the Student Gov- 
ernment Association are the Honor Board, the Hall Council, and the Leg- 
islative Body. 

When a girl arrives at St. Mary's, she becomes not onlv a member, but 
a vital part of the Association. Through the cooperation and sincere inter- 
est of each member, the Student Government Association can function in 
the best interest of the students and the school. 



The Honor Board is an essential part of the Student Government As- 
sociation at St. Mary's. The student's life on campus is based on the hon- 
or system. The members of the Honor Board administer the oath of the 
honor code to each girl at the beginning of the school year. The students 
swear that to the best of their ability thev will uphold the rules and be- 
liefs of the honor code at all times. 

The Honor Board consists of four student representatives: one Senior, 
two Juniors, and one member representing the Freshmen and Sopho- 
mores. The President, Vice President, and the Secretary-Treasurer of the 
Student Government Association serve on those same positions on the 
Board. The President of the college appoints three faculty members each 
year. This year the faculty members are Mrs. Nancy Smith, Miss Brewer, 
and Mrs. Williams. 



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ANN POLLARD, Secretary of Hall Council. 




CHERI JONES, Assistant Secretary of Hall Council. 



The Student Government officers were good sports at the Junior-Senior Halloween party. 




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HONOR BOARD 

Marv Holden Harrell— Chairman 

Juliet Smith— Vice President 

Molly Richardson— Secretary 

Suzanne Crockett— Senior Class Representative 

Pridie Clark— Junior Class Representative 

Mary Morrison Pennington— Junior Class Representative 

Deanna Kreiser— Underclassman Representative 

Mrs. Nancy Smith— Faculty 

Mrs. Benn Williams— Faculty 

Miss Eliza Brewer— Faculty 




The Legislative Body's main purpose is to consider and possibly pass 
any necessary changes in Student Government Riles or in the Constitu- 
tion. Students mav have petitions signed in order to begin the process of 
these changes. This branch is composed of members of the faculty and 
student representatives. 



The Legislative Body is composed of Marty Eskridge, Mattie Simmons, 
Sara Chamblee, Lu Dixon, Peabodv, Jo Betts Barrett. Bev Kreiser, Sealv 
Cross (pictured), Carolyn Bertie, Eloise du Bose, Derin Uvanik, Marv Hol- 
den Harrell, Jane Marzoni, Secretary, Juliet Smith, President, and Miss 
Puchardson, Miss Jones, and Mrs. Zepp, Faculty Advisors. 




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Hall Council 
keeps students 
regularly informed 
about new rules 
and decisions. 



Hall Council, a vital part of the Student Government 
Association at St. Mary's, is composed of a Chairman, 
Secretary, Assistant Secretary, three day students, and 
two counselors from each dormitory hall. All student of- 
fenses and regulations not handled by the Honor Board 
are under the authority of the Disciplinary Committee 
and or Minor Offense. These are the two main divisions 
of Hall Council. 

The counselors are chosen at the end of each school 
year for the coming year. Thev have the difficult task of 
helping new <j;irls become adjusted and advising them in 
their problems. 




Carohn Bertie. Chairman, conducts Hall Council each Tuesday night. 



\t Weekl) hall meetings, the students have an opportunity to ask questions and express their opinions. 




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N. Matthews, M. Richardson, J. Leonard, L. Wall, B. Ferguson, C Warren, M, Harrell, S. Leonard, S. McKenzie, A. Brady, C. Bertie, 
J. Crawford, B. Breeden. 




E. Minis. J. Leonard, B, Robinson, L. Dixon. J. Mar/oni. S. Mann. J. Gillespie. B. Bell, B. Waddill, A. Balckburn, J. Smith, K. Baley, 
Peabodv, B. Bell, B. Blue. 



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M. Vaughan. A. Pollard, E. Thomas, C. Jones, S. Crockett. M. A. Allen, J. Dunn, S. Davis. G. Sellers. L. Daniel, L. Ful.qhum. G. Orel?;, 
G. Brothers, A. Nash; Not Pictured, P. Slater. A. Smith. M. Urquhart, L. Walter, N. Earnhardt 



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The 

Granddaughters' 

Club 

sells student 

address books. 




Nancv Wideman, President. Paula Johnson, Vice President, Pridie Clark, Secretary, and Frances 
Gilliam and Cvntv McAlister, Project Chairmen, discuss spring sales. Not pictured is Nancy Rich- 
ardson. Treasurer. 




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President Nancy Wideman plans the annual picnic held in the fall. 




GRANDDAUGHTERS CLl'B MEMBERS: J- Bowers, A. Carr. D 
Com well, R. Hammond, M. Hinkle, L. James, M. Langlev, P. 
Moore, L. Xorris, J. Parsons, S. Reaves, S. Rogers, M. Wellons, D. 
Wvatt, L. Williams, M. Williamson, M. Bratton, J. Cheshire, J. 
Denning, M. Froneberger, D. Halev, N. Haywood, A. London, V. 
Ragland, H. Seifart, S. Tomlinson, M. Berry, S. Buchanan, S. 
Chamblee, C. Cline, S. Harris, S. Newell, D. Wellons, P. White, 
C. Abbitt, H. Alford, J. Aycock, J. Badger, J. Biggs, B. Bowen, E. 
Burleson, J. Carr, S. Colton, M. Cordon, O. Savison, E. Davies, E. 
DuBose. M. Duffy, P. Edmunds, A. Graham, M. Herman, K. Hunt- 
er, J. Maupin. J. Peoples. L. Quinn. L. Schwartz, M. Simpson, S. 
Simpson, S. Simpson, A. Snider, M, Williams. X. Bellamy, N. 
Biggs, M. Burhoe, K. Ellison, E. Foster, E. Godwin, F. Gordon, A. 
Means, M. Rucker, A. Sevrell, J. Toms, E. Willis, L. Cornman, M. 
Dickey, C. Duff, J. Edwards, H. Ham, B. Harris, L. Holmes, H. 
Legg, M. Mason, E. Rodman, A. Sheffield, J. Smith, S. Aichele, L. 
Armstrong, V. Dixon, N. Gillam, S. Glenn, V. Gregg, V. Haggerty, 
A. Hofler, S. Mann, A. Nash, A. Pollard, D. Richardson, M. Rich- 
ardson, P. Slater, D. Stockard, C. Taylor, M. Vaughan, M. Wall. 



The Acolytes 
and Crucifers 
serve St. Mary's 
through their 
parts in our 
chapel services. 



CRUCIFERS 

The crucifer, earning the processional cross, 
leads the choir procession during Sunday services 
in the chapel. Four girls are chosen, representing 
each of the classes, to serve as crucifers for the 
school vear. 

ACOLYTES 

The acolytes help to serve our chaplain at 
each of the services in the chapel. Their partici- 
pation involves serving at Holv Communion, 
lighting the candles, passing out the offering 
plates, and doing anything else thev can to aid 
the chaplain. 




Crucifers are Molly Richardson. Frances Cordon, Marv Holden Harrell. and Susan Bvars. 



The Acolvtes here 
are Ann Bradv, 
Gray Brothers, Ann 
Sebrell, Sara 
Colton. Kathy 
Millns, Bradley 
Matthews. Ann 
Pollard, Chairman, 
Beverly Lett. 
Arabella Nash, and 
Anne Holcomb. 
Not Pictured: 
Nancy Richardson, 
Mattie Simmons, 
and Alice Smith. 




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Our Choir and Altar Guild are greatly appreciated. 




The members of the choir give voluntarily of their time to add to 
the atmosphere in weekly and Sunday chapel services. They are re- 
sponsible for the offertory anthem each Sunday. On past occasions the 
choir has performed with the Glee Club for special events such as 
Alumnae Dav. 

Choir members pictured are Lu Dixon— President, Cheri Jones, 
Lyndee Wall, Lvnn Fulghum, Deanna Kreiser, Dru Haley, Tibba 



Edgerton, Bev Kreiser, Pam de Vere, Orlean Drennan, Jane Cheshire. 
Amy Carr, Rosie Hammond, Jennie Andrews, Beth Denning, Cvnty 
McAlister, and Lucy Dunn. Also in the choir are Corinne Davidson, 
Judv Dunn, Mathilde Duffv, Georgia Herbert, Julia Kaasa, Janet Mc- 
Lean, Lucia Quinn, Anne Reaves, Mary Sims, Tarn Sirimonkol. Mar- 
garet Wellons, and Susan Voorhees. 




Suzanne Crockett, chairman, Harriet Collins, 
Patricia Little, Wendy Soper, Mary Ann Allen, 
Kathy Millns. Ginger Gregg, assistant chairman, 
Kathv Cherry, Ann Herman, Sallv Lennon, Deb- 
bie Bovd, and Josie Peoples are the Altar Guild 
members pictured here. Others are Alice Smith, 
Jo Crawford, Ramsay Owens, Rose Ann Thomp- 
son, Kathv Anderson, Judy Biggers, Ross Davis, 
Katie Ellison, Betsy Green, Adele Watkins, Dee- 
dee Roberts, Tarn Sirimonkol, Susan Voorhees, 
Judy Bowers. Ginger Duke, Jane Cheshire, Anne 
Glenn, Martv Eskridge, Nancy Bowen, Elaine 
Fellos, Anne Holcomb. Ellie Bruno, Ella Davies, 
and Susannah Tyler. 

The Altar Guild is an organization which 
helps to maintain our Chapel. It is composed of 
several divisions, such as the brass, linen, Com- 
munion, flowers, and silver committees. The girls 
of this Guild contribute numerous hours of their 
time to beautify our Chapel. 



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The Y.W.C.A. serves 
the Raleigh 
community in many 
ways. 



Y.VV.C.A. MEMBERS: 






Edie Thomas, President 




Cherrv Warren, 


Vice-President 




Beth Harris, Secretary-Treasurer 




M. A. Allen 




R. Hammond 


M. Myers 


P. Allen 




N. Milliken 


D. Roberts 


L. Badham 




A. Slaughter 


J. Ross 


J. Bowers 




L. Wall 


J. Sandland 


D. Boyd 




M. Kirkland 


R. Schneider 


E. Bruno 




S. Simpson 


B. Matthews 


J. Cannon 




E. Myers 


S. Wheelock 


J. Causey 




P. Little 


J. White 


K. Cherry 




T. Edge rt on 


M. Hall 


S. Colton 




S. Todd 


S. Harris 


L. Cornman 




D. Haley 


C. Terry 


J. Cross 




S. Bvers 


C. McAllister 


L. Hollowav 




L. Loveland 


S. Lennon 


K. Hunter 




G. Librook 


C. Smith 


G. Wickham 




G. Duke 


S. J. Hargrave 


L. Latham 




L. Rogers 


C. Thomas 


A. Reaves 




S. Humphrey 


C. Southard 


S. Norton 




M. Olson 


L. Powell 



President Edie Thomas discusses a new project with the club members. 




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The Glee Club 

presents three 

annual concerts. 



CLEE CLUB MEMBERS: 



S. Austin 


B. Mot singer 


L. Bad ham 


C. Peed 


J. Chesire 


M. Perry 


P. deVere 


S. Piver 


D. Horton 


D. Boberts 


J. Kaasa 


A. Slaughter 


P. Kreiser 


B. Waddill 


D. Kreiser 


S. Wheelock 


H. Legg 


S. Winstead 


A. London 


J. Wright 


ENSEMBLE: 




J. Badger 


L. Gawen 


J. Bumgamer 


S. Honevcutt 


S. Chamblee 


A. Keller 


A. Cooper 


C. Lucas 


M. Davis 


D. Manly 


A. Doby 


J. Peoples 


C. Duff 


D. Stephenson 


M. Duffy 


A. Sykes 


J. Dunn 


B. Ward 


L. Dunn 






Claire Duff, vice-president, Cris Peed, secretary-treasurer, and Lucy Dunn, president, 
look over music for the Spring Concert. 

The Ensemble, directed by Miss Geraldine Cate, sings with a men's chorus from N.C. State during the 
annual Christmas Concert. 




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Cold Cuts 

play at 

St. Mary's, 

State, and 

Dix Hill. 




Frequent practice in the hut is necessary before cutting a record album. 



Monogrammed bib-jeans 
with matching pink 
blouses (above) are new 
with the Cold Cuts, led 
by Patsy Slater (below). 




The original seven Cold Cuts, chosen at the end of last year, have a right to be proud of the accomplish- 
ments of this years group. 





The Cold Cuts now include Martha Vaughan, Flake Kellogg, Patsy Slater, Arabella 
Nash, "Toot" Davis, Becky Robinson, Jane Marzoni, Carolyn Blaine, Nancy Matthews, 
Laura Walter, Emma Duff Beasley, Derm Uyanik, Keith Richardson, Bagley Waddill, 
Lucy Dunn, Chris Crowley, Diane Stockard, and not pictured, Mimi Smith. 



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Our Marshals officially represent St. Mary's 




DEBRA RAE GROVE 

NANCY CANDLER MATTHEWS 



SUSAN TAYLOR DAVIS, Chief Marshal 
NANCY HUTTON KENT 



MARTHA MILLER VAUGHAN 
REBECCA REID ROBINSON 



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FRAN TUPPER, Fire Captain 



MOLLY URQUHART, MARTHA BARNES, 
KEITH RICHARDSON, and ORLEAN DREN 

NEN, Assistant Fire Captains. 



NANCY MATTHEWS, Assembly Chairman 



POLLY COZART, DOLLY SMITH, HUTTON KENT, 
and MARTHA LANGLEY, Dance Marshals. 





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THE BEACON 




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S. BYARS, President 


S. CHAMBLEI 


A. KELLER, Secretary-Treasurer 


S. HARRIS 


M. BERRY 


S. LENNON 



The Dramatics Club presents 
'The Skin of Our Teeth" 





The Dramatics Club officers are Jo Betts Barrett— secretary- 
treasurer, Jane Marzoni— president, and Pollv Cozart— vice- 
president. 



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The Order of St. Genesius 
walks in February 

St. Genesius is the honorary dramatic society. Membership is 
based on character, co-operation, dedication, acceptable scholastic- 
average, and contribution to the theatre. The members are Mary 
Burhoe— president, Derin Uvanik— secretary-treasurer, Jo Betts 
Barrett, Sandra Holsonback, Alice Smith, and Mr. John U. Tate, 
honorary member. New members will be taken in at least once 
more this year. 




YDC and YRC form temporary current politics club 



Because of the upcoming major 
election, the Young Democrats' Club 
and the Young Republicans' Club are 
working togetner this year. Their ma- 
jor project is a Mock Republican Con- 
vention to be held inMav. 



Chris Crowlev . . . Y.R.C. President 
Nancy Richardson . . . Y.D.C. President 
Joslin Schwartz . . . YRC. Vice-President 

Anne Keller Y.D.C. Secretary 

Mr. Donald Roberts . . Facultv Advisor 




Officers of the combined clubs must put time and effort into the Convention to make it a success. 




Part of the members of the Current Politics Club take time out from a 
meeting for a picture. They are J. Barfield, Y.D.C; M. Bell, Y.R.C; J. 
Biggs, Y.R.C; J. Bowers, Y.D.C; H. Collins, Y.D.C; B. Denning, Y.D.C; 
B. Dobson. Y.D.C; M. Donovan, Y.R.C; M. Grav, Y.R.C; D. Horton, 



Y.R.C; L. James, Y.D.C; B. Kreiser, Y.D.C; L. Latham, Y.D.C; A. 
London, Y.D.C; M. Manning, Y.D.C; M. Roberts, Y.D.C; L. Rogers, 
Y.D.C; M. Simmons, Y.D.C; C Smith, Y.R.C; and M. Wellons, Y.D.C. 



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Tliis vear's Handbook Committee includes Emily Morgan, Nancy Biggs, Sweetie Seifart, Dm Halev, Bra- 
dley Matthews, Lisa Penny. Sally Harris, Julia Barheld, Cyntv McAlister, Becky Bell, Sally Aichele, and 
Mary Douglass. 




Above: The Committee compares several changes in 
the Handbook. 



Right: Chairman Lu Dixon begins to organize her 
work for the new Handbook. 



The Handbook Committee 
compiles school rules 
revised for 1968-69 students 




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News and feature articles 

are covered 
in the BELLES, 
our newspaper. 



BELLES STAFF 

Lyndee Wall Editor-in-Chief 

Paula Johnson Assistant Editor 

Jessica Gillespie Feature Editor 

Ginger Gregg Subscription Editor 

Suzanne Crockett Exchange Editor 

Anne Bradv Photographer 

Jennie Andrews Typing Editor 

Nancv Wideman Circulation Editor 

Bovd Stewart Cartoonist 

Parks Stewart Cartoonist 

Nancv Richardson Proofreader 

Mrs. Robert Gunn Faculty Advisor 




Each article is carefullv reviewed and corrected bv editor Lvndee Wall 
and assistant editor Panla Johnson. 




A section of the staff receives assignments for the next issue of the Belles, which carries articles of inter- 
est for everv student. 



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Part of the staff goes over poems submitted for publication in the Muse. 

The MUSE is 

the students' means of 

literary expression. 

MUSE STAFF 

Alice Smith Editor-in-Chief 

~ Susan Brothers Assistant Editor 

Tennie Ham Chairman, Critic Staff 

Anne Bradv Chairman, Art Staff 

Mrs. Anne E. Noe Faculty Advisor 




Above; Much work goes into the publication of 
this magazine which comes twice during the 
school year. 

Right: Alice Smith and Gray Brothers appraise 
the December issue. 




These two pages are 

dedicated to those who 

spent Saturday nights, 

vacations, and studying 

time to produce the 

1968 STAGECOACH 





Above: Stagecoach staff members often 

take over the first Cmikshank parlor 

when thev have work to do. 

Above Right: Beth Godwin and Kathy 

Cherry schedule pictures to be made for 

the various organizations. 

Right: Editor Bobbie Bell looks forward 

to receiving the Stagecoach in May. 





STAGECOACH STAFF 

Bobbie Bell Editor-in-Chief 

Chervl Lee Assistant Editor 

Carol Malcolm Organizations 

Cece May Activities 

Allie Sheffield Senior Class 

Polly Cozart Junior Class 

Jane Chesire Sophomore Class 

Mind\ Bell Freshman Class 

Celie Smith . . . Senior Activities and Index 

Helen Meyer Faculty 

Kathy Millns Copy 

Cris Peed \rt 

Beth Godwin Photography 

Kathy Cherry Lavouts 

Sandra Holsonback Business Editor 




The Editors work together to choose effective pictures and to design new layouts for the 196S Stagecoach. 





Tennis Club looks forward to a successful season. 




The members of the 1967-1968 Tennis 
Club are Connie Johnson, Nancv 
Biggs, Keith Richardson, Jessica Gilles- 
pie, Laurie Beaton, Ann Parrish, Ca- 
thy Cline— president. Sue Willingham, 
Mary Morrison Pennington, and Dee- 
dee Walton. 



The Tennis Club is an organization for those girls who show interest in 
the game of tennis. Its final slate of members is selected at the beginning 
of the second semester. The team practices until matches begin in March. 
The team competes against Peace, Duke, the University of North Carolina 



at Greensboro, and Carolina. Under the expert coaching of Miss Lou 
Jones, the Tennis Club strives to represent St. Mary's in good sports- 
manship and a winning Tradition. 





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This vear's Sea Saints are Claire Duff— president, Chris Sylvan, Sweetie 
Seifart, Becky Robinson— secretary-treasurer, Martha Langley, Katheryn 
Heath, Anne Holcomb, Bek Hinkle, Carolyn Bertie, Cheryl Lee, Beth 



Thompson, and, not pictured, Beth Foster. Their advisor is Miss Margaret 
C. Duncan. 




Much hard work goes into the production of the Sea Saints' excellent program. 



The Sea Saints present 

a voyage on the S.S. TRAVELONG in February. 



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The Letter Club members shown are Mary Douglass, Connie Johnson, Orlean Drennan, Lu Dixon, Sallie Mann, president, Bettie Kellogg, and 
Martha Vaughan. Not pictured are Karen Davis, Sallv Harris, Kieth Richardson, and Sealv Cross. 




Sigma cheerleaders present are Diane 
Wvatt, Vaughan, Earle, Mattie Sim- 
mons, Betsy Burleson, Baglev Wad dill, 
—head, and Gail Wickham. Not shown 
are Barbra Jones, Caroline Green, 
Nancv Gillam, and Martha Davis. 
Diane Stockard, Jane Marzoni— head, 
Pris Edwards, Linda Spain, and Lillian 
James are our Mu cheerleaders. Laura 
Noris, Julie Badger, Beth Thompson, 
Michelle Donovan, and Melissa Wil- 
liamson are not pictured. 



Athletics 
help to raise 
school spirit. 





President Connie Johnson and vice-president Sallie Harris 
head the Mus in defense of the plaque. 



Sigma president Lu Dixon and vice-president Martha Vaughan hope that their team 
will regain the plaque they lost two years ago. 




At the beginning of each school year the New Girls are 
divided into Sigrnas and Mus, the sports teams, during 
Sigma-Mu tap-out. St. Mary's girls support these teams 
through participation in the various sports, through being 
cheerleaders, and through rooting from the sidelines. Dur- 
ing the school year, the Sigrnas and Mus compete against 
each other in many different events. The team gaining the 
most points at the end of the vear receives a plaque. A 
basketball team composed of both Sigrnas and Mus plays 
teams from Peace, Meredith, and Carolina. The sponsor 
of the athletic events is Miss Lou Jones. 

The Letter Club is an honorary athletic organization at 
St. Mary's, A girl may attain membership in it by making 
all-stars in two different sports or by accumulating 100 
points, 4<) of which must be earned by making an all-star 
team and a first team in any sport. 



Orchesis 
choreographs 
and instructs 
May Day. 




Laura Holloway. Derin Uyanik, Marianna Dickev, and Nancv Matthews 
demonstrate various poses. 



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President Del Watkins shows her ability with this jazz 
lunge. 



Above, Ashley Ettinger, Lenora Kendrick. Debbie Horton, and Mary Page Thurmond 
pose gracefully, while below, "Skeet" Pittman, Adele Watkins, and Barbara May demon- 
strate 1'attitude. 





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Caperettes dance twice in assembly. 




Ready for the Christmas assembly program, this group goes over one of their dances. 



Duffy Beasley is 
president of the 
Caperettes. 



The well-known Caperettes' kickline here includes Debbie Newsome, vice president. Lea Haggerty, Linda Spain, Bagley Waddill, Duffv Beasley, president, 
Anne Blackburn, Ashley Ettinger, and Ciele Keedwell. Not pictured are Leighton Holmes, Christv Willis, Adele Watkins, and new members Mary Burhoe, 
Lynn Duns tan, Lizzy Gawen, Carla Heaton, and Joslin Schwartz. 



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The administration 

and staff 

adequately care for 

the needs of 

the students outside 

of the classroom. 




Dr. Richard G. Stone 





Mr. Robert C. Baird 



Miss Edith Richardson 



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Mrs. Katherine P. 
Adams 

Housekeeper 




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Miss Jane Augustine 

Alumnae Secretary 




Mrs. Hoyle F. Beam 

Bookstore, 
Post Office 




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Mrs. Elizabeth 
Briggs 

Secretary to Dean 




Mrs. Owens Hand 
Browne 

Assistant Librarian 








Mrs. Bonald Chisenhall Mrs. Juanita Hamm 

Assistant Librarian Office Secretary 




Mrs. Anne K. 

Harrington 

Office Secretary 



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Mrs. Christine D. 
Johnson 

Hostess 



Miss Julia Jordan 

Purchasing Agent 




Miss Charity Moody 

Office Secretary 




Mrs. John Parker 

Switchboard Operator 




Mrs. Irene Paschal 

Housemother 




Mrs. Buth P. 
Pendergraph 

Hostess 



Mr. Bobert Bandolph 

Policeman 



Dr. Chauncey L. 
Bovster 

College Physician 



Miss Margaret Sasser 
Hostess 



Mrs. Clarence E. 
Smith 

Nurse 



Miss Elizabeth G. 
Tucker 

Begistrar 



Mrs. Macy S. 
Upchurch 

Nurse 



Miss Frances Vann 

Bursar 







Our capable faculty dedicate 
themselves to helping the 
students prepare for the 
challenges of a modern 
tomorrow. 





Mrs. Hilary Aimers 

French 




Mrs. William J. 
Bailey 

Dance Instructor 




Miss Ann Eliza 
Brewer 

French 




Dr. Owens Hand 
Browne 

Chemistry 




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Mr. Michael Bulley 

Music 




Miss Geraldine Cate 

Vocal Music- 




Miss Mary Oliver 
Ellington 

Biology 





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Mrs. Frederick F. 
Fish 

Biology 




Mrs. Richard W. 


Miss Margaret C. 


Dosher 


Duncan 


Math 


Hygiene, 




Physical Education 




Mrs. Robert Gunn 

English 






Miss Mary Ruth 
Haig 

Piano 



Mrs. Kevin Jones 

English 






Miss Marv Louise 
Jones 

Physical Education 




Mr. A. R. Lawrence 

Math 
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Mrs. David B. 

Kesterson 

English 




Mr. Gilbert Mathieu 

Economics 




Dr. Mabel M. 
Morrison 

History 




Miss Anne M. 

Parker 

Sociology, 

Anthropology 




Mrs. Anne E. Noe 

English 




Mr. Donald Peery 

Music 





Mr. Donald Roberts 

Government, 
American History 





Mrs. Judith 

Schneider 

Spanish 





Mrs. J. Lerov Smith 

French 




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Mrs. Michael W. 
Smith 

Math 




rs. W. R. Smith, III 


Mrs. E. L. Stamev 




Mrs. Robert F. 


Mr. John U. 


Bible 


Dramatics, Speech 




Stoops 


Tate, Jr. 






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History 


English 




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Miss Nancv G. 
Walker 

English 




Mrs. Ben F. 
Williams 

Art, Art History 




Mr. Joel Weiner 

Biologv, Anatomv 
Physiology 




Mrs. Harry Zepp 

Latin 



SENIOR CLASS 




BEVERLY RANDOLPH 

President 



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LAURA WALTER 

Secretary 



GAYLE SELLERS 

Treasurer 



ARABELLA NASH 

Vice President 




MARY ACKERLY 




MARY ANN ALLEN 





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LAURA ARMSTRONG 



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MARTHA BARNES 



BOBBIE BELL 





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BABS BLUE 



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MABEL BROADHURST 





BECKY BREEDEN 



ANNE BRADY 





GRAY BROTHERS 




BARBARA BBOWN 



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SUZANNE CROCKETT 




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JILL BUMGARNER 



NANCY COLE 



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JANE CAUSEY 





LESLIE CORNMAN 



HARRIET COLLINS 



CHRIS CROWLEY 








103 




LILLIBET DANIEL 



CLAIRE DUFF 



MARTHA DARGAN 



104 





MARIANNA DICKEY 



BERTA DOBY 






ORLEAN DRENNEN 



SUSAN DAVIS 



105 





INGRID FALK 



JUDY DUNN 




LUCY DUNN 



LEE EASTWOOD 



106 





ASHLEY ETTINGER 



NANCY EARNHARDT 





JULIA EDWARDS 



GINGER DUKE 




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ELEANOR FISHER 



BETTY FERGUSON 



FRANCES GARRISS 



JESSICA GILLESPIE 




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NANCY GILLAM 



ELAINE FELLOS 



LYNN FULGHUM 




ELIZABETH GAWEN 




109 




GINGER GREGG 



MARTHA GIVEN 





DERRA GROVE 



CAROLINE GREEN 



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TENNIE HAM 



TRICIA GRIMES 





LEA HAGGERTY 



SANDY GLENN 




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ANN HOFLER 



MARY HOLDEN HARRELL 




CARLA HEATON 





LAURIE HEFFNER 



ANGELA HARMON 





CARY HANCOCK 





BETH HARRIS 



GEORGE HENRY 



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BETSY HORTON 



PAULA JOHNSON 



LEIGHTON HOLMES 





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JEANNETTE HOLT 

SANDRA HOLSONBACK 



JOAN HORNE 




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BARBARA JONES 
HUTTON KENT 





KAYE LASATER 



CHERYL LEE 




116 





BETTY KELLOGG 



KITTY LEACH 



LENORA KENDRICK 



CHERI JONES 








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JILL LEONARD 





MARY MADER 




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JAN LEONARD 



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CAROL MALCOLM 




MARTA LOTT 




HAYDEN LEGG 



SUSAN LEONARD 





SALLIE MANN 



HELEN MEYER 








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CECE MAY 




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BARBARA MAY 




BETSY MASON 





NANCY MATTHEWS 



KATHY MILLNS 




121 




EMILY MORGAN 





JANET McLEAN 



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EMILY MIMS 



SUSAN McKENZIE 




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JANE McCLAIN 




RAMSAY OWENS 





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ANNE PERKERSON 



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BECKY ROBINSON 




MARY PERSHALL 




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MOLLY RICHARDSON 
KEITH RICHARDSON 





DEEDEE ROBERTS 




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ELAINE RUSSOS 




ALLIE SHEFFIELD 





ALICE SMITH 



RUTH SCHENK 



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BETH RODMAN 



CATHIE SHOAF 





TAM SIRIMONKOL 



PATSY SLATER 



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CHRIS SYLVAN CELIE SMITH 



LIBBY STOKES 



MIMI SMITH 




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DIANE STOCKARD 





CATHY SWAIN 



KATHY SMITH 




129 





MARY PAGE THURMOND 



TRUDIE TAYLOR 



JLLIET SMITH 



COURTENAY TAYLOE 





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CATHY TAYLOR 



EDIE THOMAS 



ROSE ANN THOMPSON 



FRAN TIPPER 





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MARTHA M. VALGHAN 

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LAURA WITTMER 



MOLLY LRQUHART 




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ANNE WIDEMAN 



CHRIS WILLIAMS 



MARTHA A. VAUGHAN 





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CHERRY WARREN 



LYNDEE WALL 



CATHY WALP 



ADELE WATKINS 




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SHERRY WHEELOCK 



BAGLEY WADDILL 



DUFFY BEASLEY 



ANNE WATT 





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These eight girls 

are outstanding 

in 1967-1968. 





JULIET SMITH 



MOLLY RICHARDSON 





NANCY MATTHEWS 



CAROLYN BERTIE 




SUSAN DAVIS 





ARABELLA NASH 



BEVERLY RANDOLPH 




MARY HOLDEN HARRELL 











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JUNIOR CLASS 




SEALY CROSS 

President 




JEFF CROSS 

Vice-President 




SUNNY PASSMORE 

Secretary 



FRANCES GILLIAM 

Treasurer 



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Catharine Margaret Abbitt Judith Par m lee Alexander 

Winter Park, Fla. Charles Town, W. Ya. 



Helen Anne A 1 ford 
Charlotte. N.C. 



Rebekah Lynn Allran 
Hickory, N.C. 



Mary Alison Anderson 
Houston, Texas 








Anna Finch Andrev 
Columbia, S.C. 



Verna Tyson Attmore 
Washington, N.C. 



Jane Beaman Avcock 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Deborah Orella Ayscue 

Monroe, N.C. 



Juliet Harris Badger 
Raleigh, N.C. 








Emilv Susan Ballard 
Creenville, S.C. 



Gavle Anne Banner 

Kingsport, Tenn. 



Jo Betts Barrett 
Greenville. N.C. 



Vicki Lynn Barrow 
Morehead City, N.C. 



Jean Catherine Bear 
Roanoke. Va. 








Ann Laurie Beaton 
Kinston. N.C. 



Nan Clark Bellamy 
Wilmington, N.C. 



Janet Stronach Biggs 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Nancy Elizabeth Biggs 
Raleigh. N.C. 



Terry Lynn Black 
Charlotte, N.C. 








Maria Kerr Blackwell 

Oxford, N.C. 



Bonnie Rvlander Bowen 
Tirton, Ga. 



Deborah Elizabeth Bovd 
Mount Olive, N.C. 



Susan Cox Braswell 

Fayetteville, N.C. 



Mildred Elizabeth Brinson 
High Point, N.C. 



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Frances Loraine Britt 
Severn, N.C. 



Cathrine Thompson Brooks 

Elberton, Ga. 



Jane Campbell Brown 

Greenville, Del. 



Eleanor Wilson Bruno 
Cavce, S.C. 



Marv Wendell Burhoe 
Burnsville, N.C. 








Elizabeth Aldrich Burleson Cathrine Elizabeth Canadav Jeannie Hevward Cannon 

Arlington, Va. Benson, N.C. Charleston, S.C. 



Henrietta Skinner Carr 

Danville, Va. 



Suzanne Gwvn Chatham 
Elkin, N.C. 








Katharvne Cobb Cherry 

Rockv Mount, N.C. 



Mar\ Pride Clark 
Favetteville, N.C. 



Sarah Prince Colton 
Asheville, N.C. 



Martha Anne Cooper Matilda Haughton Cordon 

Charlotte, N.C. Edenton, N.C. 











Kathleen Burton Covne 

Spartanburg, S.C. 



Pauline Holt Cozart 
Fuquav-Varina, N.C. 



Eugenia Sealv Cross 
Marion, N.C. 



Jeffrey Jane Cross 
High Point, N.C. 



Osey Corinne Davidson 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



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Ella Olsen Davies 

Florence, S.C. 



Jane Ross Davis 

Clarkesville, Va. 




Karen Tilden Davis 
Southern Pines, N.C. 




Martha Ellen Davis 
Raleigh, N.C. 











Lillian Roberts Deakins 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Michele Claudene Donovan 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Mary Heyward Douglass 

Columbia, S,C. 



Eloise Hampton DuBose 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Mary Mathilde Duffy 

New Bern, N.C. 








Harriett Vaughan Earle 
Salisbury, N.C. 



Carmen Alma Elliott 

Raleigh, N.C. 



Suzanne Martin Ellis 

Mobile, Ala. 



Katherine Anne Ellison 

Greensboro, N.C. 



Carol Webster Evans 
Forksville, Va. 








Pam Fellos 

Charlotte, N.C. 



Polly Pierce Felton 

Macon, Ga. 



Susan Carol Foltz 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Elizabeth Leslie Foster 
Bluefield, W.Va. 



Evelyn Havden Garges 

Atlanta, Ga. 










Mary Frances Gilliam 

Virginia Beach, Va. 



Margaret Anne Glenn 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 



Elizabeth Eve Godwin 

Greensboro, N.C. 



Susan Eileen Godwin 

Raleigh, N.C. 



Virginia Ann Godwin 
Dunn, N.C. 



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Frances Hammond Piatt Virginia Collins Gotherman Anne Cameron Graham 

Gordon Charlotte, N.C. Edenton, N.C. 

Durham, N.C. 



Margaret Toccoa Gray 
Whiteville. N.C. 



Sara Jane Hargrave 
Gibson. N.C. 








Beverly Ann Harrell 

Edenton, N.C. 



Katharine Long Harris 
Roxboro, N.C. 



Susan Boatwright Harris 

South Boston, Va. 



Lucv Lea Harrison 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Kathryn Shelton Heath 
Charlotte, N.C, 



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Nancy Ellen Helms 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Georgia Hull Herbert 
Columbia, N.C. 



Margart Ann Herman 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Elizabeth Anne Holcomb 
Spartanburg, S.C. 



Elizabeth Simmons Holder 
Charlotte, N.C. 








Doris Louise Holding 
Raleieh, N.C. 



Lucv Turk Hollis 
Badin, N.C. 



Sandra Fave Honevcutt 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Deborah Ellen Horton 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Sarah Ellen Humphrey 
Columbia, S.C. 




[Catherine Hill Hunter 

Danville, Va. 




Eugenia Hardv Hutcheson 

Chase Citv, Va, 




Cornelia ttley Johnson 

Fuquav-Varina, N.C. 



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Susan Hollingsworth 

Johnson 

Greensboro, N.C. 



\'ara Elizabeth Johnson 
Kinston. \.C. 



Marion Boineau Jones 
Beaufort. S.C. 



Lucille Land Keedwell 

Emporia. Va. 



Adelia Charles Kendrick 
Lenoir, N'.C. 








Linda Gail Kerr 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Katherine Mont ford Kramer 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Beverlv Teresa Lett 
Charlotte. N.C. 



Patricia Anne Little 
Greensboro. N.C. 



Pamela Anne Lnkev 
Raleigh, N.C. 








Lenna Lu Loveland 
High Point. N.C. 



Gail Elizabeth Lybrook 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 



Deborah Speer Lynch 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Nancv Kathr\n Lvtle 
Whiteville, N.C. 



Frances Bradley Matthews 
Anniston, Ala. 











Jane Stuart Maupin 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Katherine Ashley Mawver Joanne Elizabeth McCall 

Sanford, N.C. Baltimore, Md. 



Elizabeth Bultmann 
McLean 

Bennettsville, S.C. 



Nancy Lee McLemore 

Springfield, O. 




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Martha Jane Milbrath 
Elizabeth City, N.C. 



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Susan Jane Morris 
Greenville, N.C. 



Winifred Granger Morris 
Fayetteville, N.C. 



Ellen Bacot Mvers 

Charleston, S.C. 



Marcia Helen Myers 
Washington, N.C. 



Meredith Cowper Nelms 
Kinston, N.C. 








Susan Thomley Norton 

Newark. Del. 



Marv Kathrvn Olson 
Columbia, S.C. 



Marcia Lynn Ouzts 
Lumberton, N.C. 



Janet Lvnn Palmer 
Salisbury, N.C. 



Ann Paschal Parrish 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 








Isabell Stuart Passmore 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Mary Morrison Pennington Josephine Haskins Peoples 
Tarboro, N.C. Warrenton, N.C. 



Olive Marshall Perry 
Wise, N.C. 



Karen Nelsen Phillips 
Charlotte, N.C. 








Sandra Rov Piver 
Washington, N.C. 



Laura Leslie Powell 
Oxford, N.C. 



Lucia Reid Quinn 

Georgetown, S.C. 



Elizabeth Feild Ragland 
Bethesda, Md. 



Suzanne Caroline Rapp 
Charlotte, N.C. 




Rebecca Jane Reid 

Suffolk, Va. 




Carol Kay Renger 
Albennarle, N.C. 




Teresa Bryan Rhodes 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 




Mary Shannon Roberts 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Josephine Baldwin Ross 

Richmond, Va. 



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Mary Catherine Rucker 
Kinston, N.C. 





Lucile Joslin Schwartz 
Sanford, N'.C. 




Ann Bell Sebrell 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Carolyn Marie Sharpe 
Raleigh, N'.C. 




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Nancy Burgess Shumadine 
Norfolk, Va, 



Ruth Hampton Shuping 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Martha Susan Simpson 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Sally Freeman Simpson 
Williarnston, N.C. 



Susan Beaucaire Simpson 
Winston-Salem, N.C, 





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Mary N'evttt Sims 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Deborah Kent Skyrms 
Tampa, Fla. 



Christine Pate Smith 
Tampa. Fla. 



Pennv Lee Smith 
Danville, Va. 



Adelaide Rodman Snyder 
Norfolk. Va, 








Wendv Jean Soper 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Carol Leigh Southard 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 



Linda Kathleen Spain 
Greenville, N.C. 



Helen Boyd Stewart 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Marv Parks Stewart 
Raleigh. N.C. 



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Doris Anne Stiegman 
Vienna, Va. 



Susan Lynn Summers 
East Point. Ga. 



Anne Ellen Sykes 

Charlotte. N.C. 



Gwynne Camilla Tathwell 
Charlotte. N.C. 



Susan Jane Taylor 
Staunton. Va. 






Karvl Ann Thomas Sara Margaret Thomason Angelyn Kornegay Thomas 

Burlington. N.C. Fayetteville, N.C. Elizabeth town, N.C. 



Barbara Ann Thompson 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Jane Bassett Toms 
Martinsville, Va. 




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Isabel Buttorff Turner 

Port Charlotte, Fla. 



Frances Farlev Wallace 
Shelby, N.C. 



Josephine Hall Walton 

Palm Beach. Fla. 



Susan Elizabeth Ward 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Catherine Cameron Wells 
Wilmington, N.C. 




Kathv West 
Statesville, N.C. 




Donna Ka\ Wetmore 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Beverly Anne White 
Charlotte. N.C. 



Everyone came to the general store 
for our White Elephant Sale. 



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Judith Corbin White 

Jarratt, Va. 



Virginia Denise Williams 

Chapel Hill. N.C. 



Mar) Rose Williams 

Candor. N.C. 



Sue Reavis Willingham 
Rome. Ga. 



Elizabeth Bryan Willis 

Shreveport, La. 








Christy Leanor Willis 
Naples. Fla. 



Marianne Wilson 
High Point. N. C. 



Sandra Jo Wilson 
Carv, N. C. 



Marian Hillver Wolff 

Atlanta. Ga. 



Sarah McCall Woodroof 

Greensboro. N. C. 






Good-bye Seniors! 



Ruth Kathleen Wooten 
Kins ton, N. C. 



Barbara Bacot Wrighl 
Greenville, N, C. 



Jennifer Carolyn Wright 

Augusta, Ga. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 









Peggy Lynn Allen 
Apex, N.C. 



Kathryn Hart Anderson 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Melinda Lee Bel! 
New Bern, N.C. 



Margaret Stone Berry 
Chapel Hill, N.C. 



Julia Catherine Biggers 

Charlotte, N.C. 








Marv Constance Bratton 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Sarah Kenan Buchanan 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Susan Whitehead Bvars 
Dunedin, Fla. 



Sherwood Odum B\rd 

Raleigh, N.C. 



Sarah Vaughan Chamhlee 
Waverlv, Va. 








Jane Efland Cheshire 
Efland, N.C. 



Catherine Craft Cline 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Jeanne Brown Cross 
High Point, N.C. 



Edith Henrv Cutler 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Donna Jo David 
Columbia, N.C. 








Judith Elizabeth Denning 
Benson, N.C. 



Barbara Hope Dobson 
Gaffnev, S.C. 



Alice Lynne Dunstan 
Elizabeth City, N.C. 



Margaret Priscilla Edwards 
Rutherfordton, N.C. 



Patricia Diane Edwards 
Seaboard, N.C. 











Margaret Grimsley 
Froneberger 

Lincolnton, N.C. 



Catherine Torrev Green 

Raleigh. N.C. 



Elizabeth Anne Green 
Louisburg, N.C. 



Drucillia Gatewood Haley 
S. Boston, Va. 



Sarah Fuller Harris 

Raleigh. N.C. 



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ncv Grimes Haywood 


Laura Lee Holloway 


Sara Elizabeth Hunt 


Julia Ann Kaasa 


Anne Davidson Keller 


Raleigh. N.C. 


Ontario. Can. 


High Point, \. C. 


Raleigh. N.C. 


Smithfield, N. C. 





Sylvia Green Newell 
Williamston, N.C. 







Loula Bett Pit tin an 
Whiteville, N.C. 



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Betty I rquhart Ragland 
Raleigh, N.C. 





Nancy Anne Richardson 

Perrv, Ga. 





Patti Page Key 


Deanna Louise H. Kreiser 


Sarah Gilmore Lennon 


.\nn Mauger London 


Dorothy Turner Manly 


Southport, N.C. 


White Stone. Va. 


Lumberton, N.C. 


Pittshoro, N.C. 


Raleigh. N.C. 




Elizabeth Mims Roberts 

Athens, Ga. 




Joan Ellen Sandlin 
Lumberton, N.C. 




Elizabeth Lupton Thomson 
Raleich, N.C 



Tharon Young Sapp 

Raleigh. N.C. 




Susan Ross Todd 
Whiteville. N.C. 



Harriette Whitner Seifart 
Charlotte. N.C. 




Sail) Sutton Tomlinson 

Charlotte. N.C. 



Mattie Ashhurn Simmons 
Tarboro. N.C. 




Leila McKimiuon Webster 
Conover, N.C. 



Dolly Lee Smith 
Raieigh, N.C. 




Delia Ellington Wellons 

Smithfield. N.C. 



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Patricia Ann White 

Raleigh, N.C. 




Last year's ballet classes definitely developed the needed grace and poise for this year's entertainment. 



Close friendships bloom and blossom on St. Mary's 
campus. 





Please ya'll— just because I'm the on!v one not campused this week . 



May brings 



exams and 



graduation. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 




MART! ESKRIDGE 

President 



LILLIAN JAMES 

Secretary 



CYXTY McALISTER 

Treasurer 





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Susan Gael Austin 
Orange, Virginia 



Lela Louise Bad ham 

New Bern, N.C. 



Julia Weskett Barfield 
Wilmington, N.C. 



Julia Barbara Bowers 
Jackson, N.C. 



Laura Salley Breed en 

Bennettsville, S.C. 








Patricia Ann Buddenhagen 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Amy Winston Carr 
Durham, N.C. 



Deborah Avery Cormvell 
Chapel Hill. N.C. 



Pamela Erskine DeVere 
Morganton, N.C. 



Sylvia Anne Edgerton 
Charlotte, N.C. 








Helen Holt Erwin 

Spartanburg, S.C. 



Martha Porter Eskridge 
Greensboro, N.C. 



Ann Kathleen S. Gibbons 
Hamlet. N.C. 



Mary Lee Hall 

Belmont, N.C. 



Rosalie Hazlehurst 
Hammond 

Cartersville, Ga. 



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Patricia Carol Harward 

Pittsboro, N.C. 



Mary Rebekah Hinkle 
Greensboro, N.C. 



May Ibrahim 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Beverly Hale Johnson 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Deborah Mason Johnson 
Raleigh, N.C. 








Lillian Duer James 
Hamlet, N.C. 



Marilyn McPherson 
Kirkland 

South Hill, Va. 



Beverlv Karen H. K reiser 

White Stone, Va. 



Martha Roberta Langley 
Kinston, N.C. 



Kathleen Adams Lapham 
Raleigh, N.C. 



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Charlotte Llewellyn Latham Mary Catherine Leggett 

Bethel. \.C. Tarboro, N.C. 



Miriam Blount Manning 
Williamston, N.C. 



Martha Wilson Mathis 
Raleieh, N.C. 



Cynthia Vaughan McAlister 

Fries. Va. 








Nancy Barrett Milliken 
White Marsh, \'a. 



Patricia Ann Moore 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Carlean Heidi Moser 
Chapel Hill. N.C. 



Rosemary Ann Motsinger 
Roaring Cap, N.C. 



Laura Twittv Norris 
Raleigh, N.C. 






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Katherine Lindsey Owens 
Eli/.alieth City, N.C. 



Julia B mi dim Parsons 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Lisa Karen Pennv 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Susan ne Lvles Reaves 
Monmouth Beach, N.J. 



Sarah Louisa Rogers 
New York, \.V. 








Elizabeth Wells Rnmanek 
Ft. Bragg, N.C. 



Sara Elizabeth Senter 
Raleigh. N.C. 



Susan Elizabeth Simpson 
Rockv Mount. Va. 



Ann Laughlin Slaughter 

Reedsville. Va. 



Charlotte Ness Terrv 
Vera Beach. Fla. 








Margaret Lynne Turlington Margaret Elizabeth Wellons 
(In. ion \ < Smithfield, N.C. 



Dorothy Gail Wickham 
Tarboro, N.C. 



Lucv Clyde B. Williams Melissa Leigh Williamson 

Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. 



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Sue Lane Winstead 
Kilmarnock, Va. 



Dianne Houston VVyatt 
Raleigh, N.C. ' 



Freshman-Sophomore 




These freshmen lost no time in making their room a home 
away from home. 



Dance highlights 
second semester 



Four girls show that there's nothing like a refreshing shower afte 
closed studv. 





Several inventive freshmen discover a faster way to 
wash their hair. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 








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You're kidding? I reallv get to go to The Angus Barn with 
the Senior Class! 



* Beefeaters 'Haven " 



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Ph. 787.3505 







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Nancy, have you heard about the great sale at North Hills 
with savings at Ivey's, Tvler House, and Jollv's Jewelers? 



NORTH HILLS MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION 

IVEY'S 
Downtown and North Hills 

Phone 787-8800 



JOLLY'S 

Jewelers and Silversmith since 1881 
Downtown and North Hills 



TYLER HOUSE 
North Hills 




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Even after buying all those shoes, I had enough money at 
BB&T to take my friends to lunch at the Little Store at 
Melvins. 



BB&T 

Branch Banking & Trust Company 

North Carolina's Oldest Bank 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



MELVIX'S PHARMACY 
1217 Hillsborough St. 
Raleigh, N. C. 





COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 

KERR REX ALL 
Cameron Village 
Raleigh, N. C. 



I just can't wait for 10:30 A.M.— the perfect time for a 
Coke with a friend at Kerr Rexall. 




■OniED UNDER AUTHOSTT OF lit COCA COLA COMPANY B* 

THE CAPITAL COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., INC . 



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BROGDEN PRODUCE COMPANY 

Division Galandies 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Serving the trade for 60 years 

Institutional Foods and Supplies 

Fresh— Frozen— Canned 

Thank von Brogden Produce and 
Honevcutt Fruit 6c Produce for our 

meals. 

HONEYCUTT FRUIT & PRODUCE CO. 

Complete Line of Institutional Foods 
Fresh— Frozen— Canned 



BURTON'S 
Cameron Village 
Raleigh. \. C. 



TOWN AND CAMPUS 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Too bad vou can't buy love in the stores 
— onlv beautiful clothes! 



ELLISBERGS 
Cameron Village 
Raleigh, N. C. 



BOYLAN PEARCE 

Cameron Village 

Raleigh, N. C 





PETER PAN 

The Oldest Restaurant on Hillsboro 

And The Cleanest Kitchen in Town 

OPEN HEARTH 

Open Daily at 11:00 A. M. 

525 Hillsboro St. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

"Cute little Pete" takes Derin 
to the Peter Pan 
while Wayne takes Duffy 
to the Open Hearth. 



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After delightful shopping at Raleigh's 
finest store— Mac Josephs— nothing beats 
the taste that beats the others cold- 
Pepsi poms it on! 



MAC JOSEPHS 

438 Woodburn Road 
Raleigh, N. C. 



PEPSI COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 

Raleigh, N.C. 




SUPERIOR STONE COMPANY 

P. O. Box 2568 

Raleigh, N.C. 

ABC PETROLEUM COMPANY 

Philheat 

Box 6525 

Raleigh, N.C. 

DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY 
Industrial Supplies and Equipment 
Raleigh— Durham— Rocky Mount— 
Goldsboro— Charlotte- 
Greenville, South Carolina 

CAROLINA MAINTENANCE CO., INC. 
2828 Industrial Drive 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Due to the outstanding chemical ability 
of one of our more famous scientists, 
we are able to enjov the finer products 
of: ABC Petroleum Company, Carolina 
Maintenance Company, Inc., Dillon 
Supply Company, Superior Stone 
Company. 



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Don't sit down 



SPONSORS 



CHAR-GRILL 

VILLAGE OPTICIANS 

CAMERON PARK GROCERY 

LEON BYRUN OPTICIANS 

THE DANCER S SHOP 



SHEARER'S 

JOHNSON'S JEWELERS 

STEPHENSON'S MUSIC COMPANY 

BOOK AND STATIONERY 

JOHNSON'S DRUGSTORE 

SHERATON SIR WALTER HOTEL 



Let's hear it for our sponsors 




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BYNUM 



PRINTING 



COMPANY 




. . . and the race is on, but with Bvniim 
Printing Company we could not possible lose! 



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HUDSON BELKS 




Gee, Mrs. Beam, I cannot possibly miss those 
great sales at Hudson Belks! 



RIDGEWAYS 
OPTICIANS, INC. 



Ground floor 

Professional Building 

834-3451 



804 St. Mary's St. 
834-6409 



Carolina Power & Light Company 

An investor-owned, taxpaving public utility company 



J. J. FALLON CO., INC. 

"We grow the Flowers We Sell' 
Phone TE 28347 




Yeah! He reallv did send me some flowers 

from Fallons and after I get my new glasses 

from Ridgeways, I'll really be able to see them! 




Don't look so sad! 

Ready Kilowatt 
won't let us down! 




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Not onlv did Beth and Sonny enjoy 

shopping at Raleigh's greatest store. 

Jean's, they also enjoyed having their 

picture taken by Haynes Studio. 



JEANS OF RALEIGH 

Cameron Village 
Raleigh, N.C. 



HAYNES STUDIO 

124V2 South Salisbury Street 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Phone TE3-3512 



Bowl Western 




WESTERN LANES 
Raleigh, N.C. 



Penney's 



ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY 



BRITTAINS 

Uptown— Cameron Village 



MEDLIN DAVIS 

Cleaners of Distinction 

Cameron Village 

North Salisbury St. 

Gateway Plaza-U.S. 1 North 



Hev girls! 
You take these 
clothes to 
Medlin-Davis 
while we go to 
the great sales 
at Penny's and Brittains, 
and then we 
will meet vou at 
Western Lanes 
where Bratton 
will teach us 
how to bowl! 




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N. C. PRODUCTS CORP. 

concrete pipe 

concrete block 

prestressed concrete 

Home Office: Raleigh 

Plants: 

Raleigh 

Kinston 

Durham 

New Bern 



OPEN-Monday thru Wednesday 9:00-5:30 

Thursday 9:00-9:00 

Friday and Saturday 9:00-5:30 

KEELER'S UNIVERSITY 

BOOKSTORE, INC. 

2502 Hillsborough St.-832-2502 



"Thank 

heaven 
for sidewalks!" 




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SENIOR CLASS OF 196S 



MARY LYNN ABERCROMBIE Atlanta, Geor- 
gia Handbook staff 3; Mu 
MARY MANNING ACKERLY Richmond, Vir- 
ginia May Day 3, 4; BELLES 4; MUSE 4. 
Sigma 

SARAH HAMLYN AICHELE Charleston, 
South Carolina YT1C 3; YWCA 3, 4; Grand- 
daughter's Club 3. 4; Dramatics Club 3; Mu 
MARY ANN ALLEN Casanova, Virginia Hall 
Council 4; Altar Guild 4; YWCA 4 
DEBORAH KNIGHT ALMQUIST Vicenza. 
Italy YDC 3; YWCA 3; Sigma-Mu 3, 4; Sigma 
JENNIE BROWN ANDREWS Elizabeth City, 
North Carolina Altar Guild 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2; 
YRC 1, 2, 3; May Day 1, 2, 3; May Court 4; 
Dramatics Club 2, 3; BELLES 4; Choir 4; 
Sigma 

KATHY DEANE BALEY Asheville, North 
Carolina YWCA 3; YRC 3. 4; BELLES 4; Hall 
Council 4; Student Entertainment Committee 
3, Chairman 4 

MARTHA KATHERINE BARNES Wilson, 
North Carolina Sigma-Mu 4; Sigma 
BOBBIE ROZANNE BELL New Bern. North 
Carolina Sigma Cheerleader 1, 2, 3: BELLES 
2, 3; STAGECOACH 1, 2, 3, Editor 4; Hall 
Council 4; YRC 2; Beacon 2; May Day 1. 4; 
Hall Representative 2, 3; Sigma 
REBECCA JOY BELL Tampa, Florida 
STAGECOACH 3; BELLES 4; Y'WCA 3; Dra- 
matics Club 4; May Day 3; Hall Council 4; 
Sigma 

CAROLYN CHURCHILL BERTIE Winston- 
Salem, North Carolina Choir 3; Hall Represen- 
tative 3; Glee Club 3; Ensemble 3; Sea Saints 
4; Chairman of Hall Council 4; Legislative 
Body; Sigma 

SUSAN BENNETT BLACKLEY Staunton. Vir- 
ginia May Day 3, 4; Sigma 
MILDRED CAROLYN BLAINE Atlanta, 
Georgia Dramatics Club 3, 4; YRC 3; Cold 
Cuts 4; Sigma 

BARBARA ELAINE BLUE Charlotte, North 
Carolina Hall Representative 3; Hall Council 4. 
STAGECOACH 4; May Day 3: Dream Girl 4; 
Sigma 

NANCY MOORE BOWEN Charlotte, North 
Carolina Glee Club 3; CCUN 3, 4; Altar Guild 
4; May Dav 3, 4; STAGECOACH 3 
REBECCA HUGGINS BREEDEN Bennettes 
ville. South Carolina Hall Representative 3; 
Hall Council 4; May Day 4 
MABEL BORDEN BROADHURST Smith 
field, North Carolina Granddaughter's Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; YRC 1, 2, 3, 4; Y'WCA 1; Dramatics 
Club 2, 4; BELLES 2; Sigma 
SUSAN GRAYSON BROTHERS Morganton. 
North Carolina Legislative Body; Choir 3; 
BELLES 3, 4; May Day 3, 4; MUSE, Assistant 
Editor 4; Hall Council 4; Acolyte 4; Mu 
JILL SUE BUMGARNER Stanley. North 
Carolina Glee Club 3, 4; Ensemble 3, 4 
JANE WARD CAUSEY Greensboro, North 
Carolina YWCA 4; MUSE 4; YRC 4; Sigma 
NANCY CLAIRE COLE Pompton Plains, New 
Jersey Sigma-Mu 3, 4; CCUN 3, 4; YDC 3, 4; 
Sigma 

HARRIET ANN COLLINS Norfolk, Virginia 
Dramatics Club 3, 4; YTJC 3, 4; BELLES 3, 4; 
May Day 3, 4; STAGECOACH 4; Sigma 
LESLIE MARIE CORNMAN Lexington, 
North Carolina Granddaughter's Club 3. 4; 
Y'WCA 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4 
JOSEPHINE CRAWFORD Atlanta, Georgia 
BELLES 3, 4; Hall Council 4; Circle, Secre- 
tary; May Day 4; Altar Guild 4; Sigma 



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SUZANNE RUTH CROCKETT Little Rock, 
Arkansas Acolvte 3; Legislative Bodv 3; May 
Dav 3; YRC 3; BELLES 4; Hall Council 4; Hon- 
or Board 4; Altar Guild, Chairman 4; Mu 
CHRISTINE CLARK CROWLEY Asheboro, 
North Carolina Cold Cuts 4; Y"RC 1, 2, 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Y'WCA 1. 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1, 2; 
Mu 

ELIZABETH OWEN'S DANIEL Wilson, 
North Carolina May Dav 3; Hall Council 4; 
Dramatics Club 4; Sigma 

MARTHA MelNTOSH DARGAN Darlington, 
South Carolina May Day 3, 4; Sigma 
SUSAN TAYLOR DAVIS High Point, North 
Carolina YWCA 1; YRC 1, 2; BELLES 2, 3; 
Beacon 2; May Day 1, 2, 3; May Court 4; 
Circle President 4; Chief Marshal 4; Hall 
Council 4; Cold Cuts 4; Sigma 
MARIANNA WINSTON DICKEY Greensbo- 
ro. North Carolina Orchesis 3, Secretarv-Trea- 
surer 4; Granddaughter's Club 3, 4; Altar Guild 
3; May Day 3, 4; Mu 

VIVIAN LU DLXON Farmville, North Caroli- 
na Granddaughter's Club 3, 4; Letter Club 3, 
4; Choir 3, President 4; Handbook 3, Editor 4; 
Hall Representative 3; Legislative Bodv 4; Ten- 
nis Club 4; Hall Council 4; BELLES 3; Sigma 
ALBERTA ANN DOBY Albemarle, North 
Carolina Glee Club 3, 4; Ensemble 3, 4 
ORLEAN TRESSLAR DRENNAN Birming- 
ham, Alabama Sigma-Mu 3, 4; Glee Club 3; 
Ensemble 3; Letter Club 4; Choir 4; Fire Lieu- 
tenant 4; Mu 

CLAIKE SCOTT DUFF Raleigh, North Caro- 
lina Altar Guild 1, 2; Sea Saints 1, 2, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3, President 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Vice- 
President 4; Granddaughter's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
May Day 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2; BELLES 2, 3; En- 
semble 3, 4 

JENNIE LEE DUKE Atlanta, Georgia YWCA 
3, 4; YRC 3, 4; Altar Guild 4; May Day 3; De- 
bate Club 4 

JUDY KATHRYN DUNN Benson, North Caro- 
lina Glee Club 3, 4; Ensemble 4, Dramatics 
Club 3; YWCA 3; Hall Council 4; Choir 4; Sig- 
ma-Mu 4 

JULIA DRAKE EDWARDS Raleigh, North 
Carolina Granddaughter's 3. 4; Dramatics Club 
4 

ASHLEY WILLS ETTINGER Rocky Mount. 
North Carolina Orchesis 3. 4; Caperettes 4; Mu 
IN'GRID HELEN FALK Chapel Hill. North 
Carolina Senior transfer from Goucher College 
ELAINE FELLOS Charlotte, North Carolina 
Sigma-Mu 3; Y'WCA 3; May Day 4; Dramatics 
Club 4; Mu 

ELIZABETH SHEALY FERGUSON West 
Point, Georgia May Dav 3; Hall Council 4; 
Dramatics Club 4; Sigma 

LENORA LYNN FULGHUM Pensacola. Flor- 
ida Junior Vice-President; May Day 3; Choir 3, 
4; Hall Council 4; BELLES 4; Mu 
FRANCES NORFLEET GARRISS Lewiston, 
North Carolina YWCA 3; BELLES 3 
ELIZABETH CONSTANCE CAWEN Tap 
pahannock, Virginia MUSE 3, 4; BELLES 3; 
Glee Club 4; Ensemble 4; Hall Representative 
4 

NANCY BRIMAGE GILLAM Windsor, North 
Carolina Granddaughter's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YDC 
1, 2; YWCA 1, 2; Acolyte 2; Sigma Cheerleader 

1, Head 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2; Handbook 

2. 3. 4; May Dav; Sigma 

JESSICA LYNN GILLESPIE Charlotte. North 
Carolina Hall Council 4; BELLES 3. 4; Sigma- 
Mu 4; Tennis Club 4; Sigma 



MARTHA ANN GIVEN High Point. North 
Carolina YRC 3; BELLES 3, 4; Hal! Represen- 
tative 3; May Dav 3; Sigma 
CAROLINE HOLTON GREEN Raleigh, 
North Carolina Sigma Cheerleader 3, 4; 
BELLES 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Sigma 
VIRGLNL4 LOUISE GREGG Bennettesville, 
South Carolina May Day 3; BELLES 4; Altar 
Guild 4; Hall Council 4; Granddaughter's Club 
3, 4; Mu 

PATRICLA ELLEN GRIMES Raleigh. North 
Carolina YWCA 3: Dramatics Club 4; 
BELLES 4; Mu 

DEBRA RAE GROVE Wilmington. North 
Carolina Sea Saints 1; YRC 1, 2; Glee Club 1. 
2; Dramatics Club 1; May Dav 1; May Court 2, 
3. Maid of Honor 4; Dance Marshal 2, 3; Mar- 
shal 4 

\TRGINL\ LEA HAGGERTY Rocky Mount. 
North Carolina Caperettes 3, 4; Grand- 
daughter's Club 3, 4; Mu 

HORTENSE HAUGHTON HAM Greensboro. 
North Carolina YWCA 3; MUSE 3, 4; 
Granddaughter's Club 3. 4; Sigma 
BEVERLY CARY HANCOCK Richmond. Vir- 
ginia Sigma Cheerleader 3; Dramatics Club; 
Hall Representative 4; Y*RC 4; Sigma 
MARY ANGELA HARMON Statesville. North 
Carolina May Dav 3; Mu 

MARY HOLDEN HARRELL Snow Hill. 
North Carolina YWCA 3, 4; Circle 3, 4- May 
Day 3; May Court 4; Cnicifer 4; Hall Council 
4; President Student Government Association; 
Sigma 

BETH HARRIS Hertford, North Carolina 
Granddaughter's Club 3, 4; Y'WCA 3, Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; Sigma-Mu 3, 4; Hall Represen- 
tative 3, 4; Sigma 

CARLA ANNE HEATON Asheville, North 
Carolina YWCA 3; YRC 4; Sigma-Mu 3; Dra- 
matics Club 4 

GEORGL\ LYNN HENRY San Antonio, Texas 
Y'WCA 3; YRC 3; Dramatics Club 3; Sigma-Mu 
3, 4: Mu 

ANNE ISABELLE HOLFER Windsor, North 
Carolina Granddaughter's Club 3, 4 
LEIGHTON MORRIS HOLMES Jacksonville. 
Florida Granddaughter's Club 3. 4; Caperettes 
4; May Day 4; Sigma 

SANDRA FAYE HOLSONBACK Raleigh, 
North Carolina Dramatics Club 3, STAGE- 
COACH 3, 4; Sigma 

JEANNETTE WALKER HOLT Charlotte, 
North Carolina May Dav 3; Dramatics Club 3; 
BELLES 4; Mu 

JOAN RUFFIN HORNE Fayetteville, North 
Carolina YWCA 3, 4: YDC 3. 4; Grand- 
daughter's Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4 
BETSY REID HORTON Raleigh, North Caro- 
lina YWCA 3; YDC 4; Mu 
PAULINE McNENY JOHNSON Henderson. 
North Carolina BELLES 3. 4; Assistant Editor 
4; Granddaughter's Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
YWCA; Sigma 

BARBARA WILSON JONES Raleigh, North 
Carolina Sigma Cheerleader 3. 4; Seeretarv- 
Treasurer of Day Students 4; Hall Council 4; 
Sigma 

CHERYL ANN JONES Summerville, South 
Carolina May Day 3; Choir 4; BELLES 4; Hall 
Council 4; Mu 

ELIZABETH HENRY KELLOGG Manteo. 
North Carolina Sigma-Mu 1. 2, 3. 4; YWCA 1, 
2, 3, 4; YDC 1, 2, 3; Letter Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Bea- 
con 2; Legislative Body 2; Acolyte 2; Cold Cuts 
4; Sigma President 2, 3; Sigma 
LENORA PAYNE KENDRICK Lenoir. North 
Carolina Dramatics Club 3: Orchesis 3, 4; Mu 



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NANCY Hl'TTON KENT Greensboro. North 
Carolina Sigma-Mu 4; May Court 3; Mav 
Queen 4; Marshal 4; Senior Dance Marshal; 
Mu 

MARTHA KAYE LASATER Erwin. North 
Carolina Y'WCA 3, 4; YDC 3. 4; BELLES 3; 
Sigma-Mu 3; May Day 3, 4; STAGECOACH 4; 
MUSE 4; golf team 3; Sigma 
HULA KATHERINE LEACH Wislon, North 
Carolina May Court 3 

CHERYX JEAN LEE Greenville, North Caro- 
lina Sea Saints 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; YEC 3, 4; Dra- 
matics Club 3, 4; STAGECOACH 4; Mu 
JANICE MARTIN LEONARD Charlotte, 
North Carolina BELLES 3, 4: MUSE 4: Hall 
Council 4; Sigma 

JULU DAVIS LEONARD Lexington. North 
Carolina May Day 3; Alter Guild 3; YWCA 3; 
YRC; 3. 4; STAGECOACH 3; MUSE 4; Hall 
Council 4; Mu 

SUSAN ANN LEONARD Greensboro, North 
Carolina Sigma-Mu 3, 4; Hall Representative 3; 
BELLES 4; Hall Council 4; Sigma 
MARTHA JOSEPHINE LOTT Columbia. 
South Carolina YWCA 3; YRC 3; Mu 
CAROLE JANE LUCAS Raleigh. North Caroli- 
na Glee Club 3, 4; Ensemble 3. 4; Sigma 
JANE MORGAN McCLAIN Charlotte, North 
Carolina YRC 3. 4; Y'WCA 3; Sigma 
SUSAN CAROLINE McKENZIE Winston-Sal- 
em, North Carolina Y'WCA 3; Hall Council 4; 
Mu 

JANET GREY McLEAN Greensboro, North 
Carolina YWCA 3; Choir 3, 4; Sigma 
CAROL VIRGINIA MALCOLM Norwalk, Con- 
necticut YWCA 3, 4; STAGECOACH 3, 4; 
BELLES 3, 4; Mu 

SALLIE CARROW MANN Washington. 
North Carolina Letter Club 3. President 4; 
Granddaughter's Club 3. 4; Sigma 
JANE MARZONT Birmingham, Alabama Mu 
Cheerleader 3. Head 4; Dramatics Club 3. 
President 4; Hall Council 4; Y'WCA 3; 
BELLES 3, 4; STAGECOACH 3; Legislative 
Bodv. Secretarv 4; Petitions Committee, Presi- 
dent 4; Cold Cuts 4; Glee Club 3. Mu 
MARY ELIZABETH MASON Augusta. Geor- 
gia Sigma-Mu 3; Granddaughter's Club 3. 4; 
BELLES; YRC 4; Dramatics Club 4; Sigma 
NANCY CANDLER MATTHEWS Smyrna, 
Georgia May Day 3, 4; Orchesis 3, 4; YDC 3. 4; 
STAGECOACH 3; Cold Cuts 4; Marshal 4; 
Hall Council 4: Assembly Chairman 4; Mu 
BARBARA GARVIN MAY Burlington, North 
Carolina May Dav 3. 4; Drama Club 4; 
STAGECOACH 4; Orchesis 4; Sigma 
CECELIA COLLINS MAY New Bern. North 
Carolina May Day 3; STAGECOACH 4; Mu 
KATHRYNE ANN MILLNS New Bern. North 
Carolina Acolyte 4; Altar Guild 4; STAGE- 
COACH; Sigma 

ARABELLA NASH Tarboro. North Carolina 
STAGECOACH 1, 2, 3, 4; BELLES 1, 2, 3; 
Dramatics Club 1, 2; Granddaughter's Club 1. 
Secretarv-Treasurer 2. President 3; Choir. Sec- 
retarv' 2, Vice President 3; Altar Guild 3; Aco- 
lyte 2. 3. 4; Mu Cheerleader 2, 3; Sea Saints 1, 
2; Beacon 2, 3; May Day 1, 2, 3. 4; Legislative 
Bodv 3, 4; Freshman Class Treasurer; Junior 
Class President; Senior Class Vice-President; 
Hall Council 4; Cold Cuts 4; Mu 
DEBORAH DEE NEWSOME Winston-Salem, 
North Carolina Movie Committee 3; MUSE 4; 
YWCA 3; YDC 4; Caperettes 3, Vice President 
4; Mav Dav 3. 4 

RAMSAY CREBBIN OWENS Tunica, 
Mississippi May Dav 3; Silver Committee, 
Chairman 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4: YWCA 3, 4; 
Mu 



MARILYN CRISTINE PEED Adelphi, Mary- 
land Acolye 3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; Dramatics Club 
3, 4; BELLES 3, 4; STAGECOACH 3, 4, 
MUSE 3, 4; Glee Club, Secretary-Treasurer 4; 
Sigma 

WINIFRED ANNE PERKERSON Greensbo- 
ro, North Carolina Hall Representative 4; YRC 
3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; Mu 

ANN MORRISETTE POLLARD Favetteville. 
North Carolina Acolyte 3; YWCA 3; 
Granddaughter's Club 3, 4; Hal! Council, Sec- 
retary 4; Circle 4 

BEVERLY LANGHORNE RANDOLPH Rich- 
mond, Virginia Hall Representative 3; YWCA 
3; YRC 3; Circle 3, 4; Sigma-Mu 3, 4, 
Senior Class President; Alumnae Represen- 
tative 4; Legislative Body 4; Hall Council 4; 
May Day; Mu 

KEITH CAMERON RICHARDSON Greens 
boro. North Carolina YWCA 3; Acolvte 3; Ten- 
nis Club 3, 4: Cold Cuts 4; Glee Club 4; Fire 
Assistant 4; Letter Club 4 
MOLLY PRINCE RICHARDSON Perry. 
Georgia Freshman Class President; Grand- 
daughter's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Beacon, President 2; 
Crueifer 2, 3, Head 4; BELLES 2, Editor 3; 
Student Government Association, Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; Honor Board. Secretary 4; Hall 
Council 4; Circle 4; Mu 

EDITH STANTON ROBERTS Atlanta, Geor- 
gia Glee Club 3. 4; May Day 3; Alter Guild 3, 
4; Dramatics Club 4; YWCA 4 
REBECCA REID ROBINSON Atlanta. Geor- 
gia Sea Saints 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Mar- 
shal 4; Cold Cuts 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Hall 
Council 4; May Day 3; Mu 
ELIZABETH CARBOW RODMAN Wash 
ington. North Carolina Granddaughter's Club 
3, 4; YWCA 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Mu 
ELAINE RUSSOS Raleigh, North Carolina 
May Dav 3; BELLES 3. 3; Hall Council 4; 
Sigma 

RUTH AMELIA SCHENK Greensboro, North 
Carolina STAGECOACH 4; MUSE 4; Mu 
FRANCES GAYLE SELLERS Anniston, Al- 
abama YWCA 3: May Day 3, 4; STAGE- 
COACH 3. 4; BELLES 4; Senior Class Trea- 
surer; Circle r; Hall Council 4: Letter Club 4; 
Sigma 

ALLIE JOHNSON SHEFFIELD Warsaw, 
North Carolina BELLES 3; STAGECOACH 3, 
4; May Day 3, 4; Granddaughter's Club 3. 4; 
Dramatics Club 4 

TAM SIRIMONKOL Bangkok, Thailand Choir 
1. 2, 3, 4; Acolyte 2, 3. 4; Altar Guild 3, 4 
PATRICIA ANNE SLATER New Bern, North 
Carolina Granddaughter's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Best 
Personality 2; STAGECOACH 2; BELLES 2, 
3; MUSE 3, 4; Cold Cuts, President 3, 4; Mu 
ALICE JEANETTE SMITH Garrnev. South 
Carolina Hall Council 4; MUSE 3, Editor 4; 
Dramatics Club, Stage Manager 3, 4; Acolvte 
3, 4; Altar Guild 4; Glee Club 4; Mu; Ensem- 
ble, St. Genesius, 4 

JULIET COX SMITH Kinston, North Carolina 
Vice-President Student Government Associa- 
tion 4; Honor Board 3; Legislative Body, Chair- 
man 4; STAGECOACH 3; Hall Council 4; 
Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Granddaughter's 
Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; BELLES 2, 3; 
YDC 2, 3; YWCA 1; Sigma-Mu 1; Mu 
KATHLEEN RUTH SMITH Lvnchburg, Vir- 
ginia.MUSE 4; BELLES 4; Mu ' 



LUCILLE JACKSON SMITH Charlottesville, 
Virginia Dramatics Club 3. 4. YRC 4; YWCA 
4; May Day 3; STAGECOACH 3. 4; Mu 
MARY ELLEN McDONALD SMITH Tho 
masville. Georgia YWCA 3; May Day 3; Cold 
Cuts 4; STAGECOACH 4; Dramatics Club 4; 
Mu 

DIANE PETTY STOCKARD Raleigh. North 
Carolina Sea Saints 1. 2; May Day 1, 2; Mu 
Cheerleader 4; Cold Cuts 4; Granddaughter's 
Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Alter Guild 3. 4; Handbook 3; 
Mu 

ELIZABETH HELEN STOKES Charlotte, 
North Carolina YWCA 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; 
YRC 4 

JULIA CATHERINE SWAIN Burlington, 
North Carolina YWCA 3; BELLES 3, 4 
CHRISTINA COLEMAN SYLVAN Columbia, 
South Carolina Sea Sanits 3. 4; Mu 
CATHERINE MAYNARD TAYLOR Lynch 
burg, Virginia May Day 3; Acolyte 3; STAGE- 
COACH 4; Granddaughters Club 3, 4 
TRUDIE LOUISE TAYLOR Everetts, North 
Carolina YWCA 3; YDC 3; MUSE 4 
EDITH ELIZABETH THOMAS Charlotte, 
North Carolina Glee Club 3; Ensemble 3; 
YWCA 3, President 4; Hall Council 4; Sigma 
ROSE ANN THOMPSON Tarboro, North 
Carolina Sigma-Mu 3; Altar Guild 4 
MARY PAGE THURMOND Lynchburg, Vir- 
ginia Orchesis 4; May Dav 3 
FRANCES DILL TIPPER Columbia, South 
Carolina Fire Captain 4; YRC 3; YWCA 3; Mu 
SUSANNAH TYLER Warrenton, Virginia 
BELLES 4; Sigma 

MARTHA ARRINCTON VAUGHAN Nash- 
ville. North Carolina Glee Club 3; Grand- 
daughter's Club 3, 4; YWCA 4; Hall Council 4; 
Sigma 

MARTHA MILLER VAUGHAN Edenton, 
North Carolina Legislative Body 1; May Day 1; 
YWCA 1; May Court 2. 3, 4; Sophomore Class 
Treasurer; Letter Club 2, 3, President 4; Sigma- 
Mu 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Secretary; BELLES 3; 
Marshal 4; Cold Cuts 4; Sigma 
CATHY ELIZABETH WALP Annandale. Vir- 
ginia Sea Saints 3; May Dav 3. Mu 
CLARE BAGLEY WADDILL Henderson, 
North . Carolina^ Sigma Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 
Head 4; BELLES 1, 2. 3; Cold Cuts 4; May 
Day 1, 2; May Court 3. 4; Caperettes 3. 4; Sig- 
ma-Mu; Glee Club 4; Hall Council 4; Dramat- 
ics 1, 2; Sigma 

MABILYN GRAY WALL Lexington, North 
Carolina Y'DC 3; YWCA 3; Granddaughter's 
Club 3, 4; BELLES 3. Editor 4; May Day 3, 4; 
Hall Council 4; Choir 4; Sigma 
JEAN CHERRY WARREN Tarboro, North 
Carolina YWCA 3. Vice-President 4; YDC 3, 4. 
Hall Council 4; Circle 4; Sigma 
ADELE HUTCHINSON WATKINS Farm 
ville, Virginia Orchesis 3. President 4; Cap- 
erettes 4; Glee Club; Ensemble 4; Altar Guild 
4; Sigma 

ANNE CALLOWAY WATT Reidsville, North 
Carolina Hall Representative 3; May Day 3; 
YDC 4; Mu 

SHERRY LYNN WHEELOCK Falls Church. 
Virginia YWCA 3. 4; Glee Club 4; YRC 4; Mu 
ANNE CHESHIRE WIDEMAN Washington, 
D.C. Granddaughter's Club 3, President 4; 
BELLES 3, 4; YWCA 3; May Day 4; YRC 3, 4; 
Sigma 



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Man Lynn Abercrombie 97 

Man Manning Ackerly 96 

Sarah Hamlyn Aichele 96 

Mary Ann Allen 96 

Deborah Knight Almquist 97 

Jennie Brown Andrews 96 

Laura Pe\*ton Armstrong 97 

Kathy Deane Baley 97 

Martha Katherine Barnes 98 

Emma Duffy Beaslev 135 

Bobbie Rozanne Bell 98 

Rebecca Joy Bell 99 

Carolvn Churchill Bertie 99 

Anne Silks Blackburn 99 

Susan Bennett Blacklev 98 

Mildred Carolyn Blaine 99 

Barbara Elaine Blue 98 

Nancy Moore Bowen 100 

Sarah Inin Bovle 100 

Rebecca Huggins Breeden 101 

Jane Mcintosh Britt 100 

Susan Grayson Brothers 101 

Barbara Ann Brown 101 

Jill Sue Bum, gamer 102 

Jane Ward Causey 103 

Nancy Claire Cole 102 

Harriet Ann Collins 103 

Leslie Marie Comman 103 

Josephine Crawford 102 

Suzanne Ruth Crockett 102 

Christine Clarke Crowley 103 

Elizabeth Owens Daniel 1(U 

Martha Mcintosh Dargan 104 

Susan Taylor Davis 105 

Marianna Winston Dickey 105 

Vivian Lu Dixon 104 

Alberta Ann Dobv 105 

Orlean Tresslar Drennen 105 

Claire Scott Duff KM 

Jennie Lee Duke 107 

Judy Kathryn Dunn 106 

Lucy Durr Dunn 106 

Nancy Holden Earnhardt 107 

Lee Eastwood 106 

Julia Drake Edwards 107 

Ashley Wills Ettinger 107 

Ingrid Helen Falk 106 

Elaine Fellos 109 

Elizabeth Shealy Ferguson 108 

Eleanor Frances Fisher 108 

Lenora Lynn Fulghum 109 

Frances Norfleet Garriss 108 

Elizabeth Constance Gawen 109 

Nancy Brimage Gillam 109 



Jessica Lvnn Gillespie 108 

Martha Ann Given 110 

Sandra Hobby Glenn Ill 

Caroline Holton Green 110 

Virginia Louise Gregg 110 

Patricia Ellen Grimes Ill 

Debra Rae Grove 110 

Virginia Lea Haggertv Ill 

Hortense Haughton Ham Ill 

Beverly Can Hancock 113 

Man Angela Harmon 112 

Mary Holden Harrell 112 

Beth Harris 113 

Carla Anne Heaton 112 

Laurie Grace Heffner 1 12 

Georgia Lvnn Henry 1 13 

Anne Isabelle Hofler 112 

Leighton Morris Holmes 1 14 

Sandra Fave Holsonback 115 

Jeannette Walker Holt 115 

Joan Ruffin Home 115 

Betsy Reid Horton 114 

Jean Arthur Hudson 114 

Pauline McNenv Johnson 114 

Barbara Wilson Jones 116 

Chenl Ann Jones 117 

Elizabeth Henrv Kellogg 117 

Lenora Pauie Kendrick 117 

Nancy Hutton Kent 116 

Martha Kaye Lasater 116 

Hula Katherine Leach 117 

Cheryl Jean Lee 116 

Hay den Kirk Legg 119 

Janice Martin Leonard 118 

Julia Davis Leonard 118 

Susan Ann Leonard 119 

Martha Josephine Lott 119 

Carole Jane Lucas 118 

Jane Morgan McClain 123 

Susan Caroline McKenzie 122 

Janet Grey McLean 122 

Carol Virginia Malcolm 119 

Sallie Carrow Mann 120 

Jane Marzoni 120 

Man Elizabeth Mason 121 

Nancy Candler Matthews 121 

Barbara Gan'in Mav 121 

Cecelia Collins May 120 

Helen Angela Meyer 120 

Kathryne Ann Millns 121 

Emily Vaughan Mims 122 

Emily Morgan 122 

Mary Leigh Mader 118 

Arabella Nash 95 



Deborah Dee Newsome 123 

Ramsey Crebbin Owens 123 

Marilyn Cristine Peed 124 

Winifred Anne Perkerson 124 

Mary Ann Pershall 124 

Ann Morrisette Pollard 125 

Beverly Langhorne Randolph 94 

Keith Cameron Richardson 125 

Molly Prince Richardson 125 

Edith Stanton Roberts 125 

Rebecca Reid Robinson 124 

Elizabeth Carrow Rodman 127 

Elaine Russos 126 

Ruth Amelia Schenk 126 

Frances Gavle Sellers 95 

Allie Johnson Sheffield 126 

S. Tarn Sirimonkol 127 

Patricia Anne Slater 127 

Alice Jeannette Smith 126 

Juliet Cox Smith 130 

Kathleen Ruth Smith 129 

Lucille Jackson Smith 128 

Mary Ellen Smith 128 

Diane Petty Stockard 129 

Elizabeth Helen Stokes 128 

Julia Catherine Swain 129 

Christina Coleman Sylvan 128 

Courtenav Norton Tayloe 130 

Catherine Mavnard Taylor 131 

Trudie Louise Taylor 130 

Edith Elizabeth Thomas 131 

Rose Ann Thompson 131 

Mary Page Thurmond 130 

Frances Dill Tapper 131 

Susannah Tyler 133 

Margaret Ward Urquhart 132 

Derin Anne Uvanik 132 

Martha Arrington Vaughan 133 

Martha Miller Vaughan 132 

Clare Bagley W ; addill 135 

Marilyn Gray Wall 134 

Cathy Elizabeth Walp 134 

Laura Ruth Walter 95 

Jean Cherrv Warren 134 

Adele Hutchinson Watkins 134 

Anne Galloway Watt 135 

Shern- Lvnn Wheelock 135 

Anne Cheshire Wideman 133 

Christine Eileen Williams 133 

Laura Ann Wittmer 132 

Anne Carson Brady 101 

Mabel Borden Broadhurst 100 



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